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Deux Prostituees & Fille (A Double-Sided Work)

Georges Rouault-Deux Prostituees & Fille (A Double-Sided Work)-1906

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Artwork:
Deux Prostituees & Fille (A Double-Sided Work)
Size:
67 x 56.8 cm
Medium :
Watercolor on paper
Creation Year:
1906
Marks
Signed G. Rouault and dated 1905 (upper right)
Category :
Drawing
Artwork Details :
Executed in 1905 (recto) and 1906 (verso)
Provenance :
Van Leer, Paris; The Drs. Bakwin, New York (acquired from the previous in 1928); Thence by descent
Exhibition History :
New York, Brummer Gallery, Rouault, 1930, no. 37; Chicago, Arts Club of Chicago, Georges Rouault, 1931, no. 10; New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture, 1933;Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, International Watercolor Exhibition, 1934, no. 34; New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Modern Works of Art: Fifth Anniversary Exhibition, 1934-35, no. 136; Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts, Georges Rouault: Paintings, Lithographs, 1935, no. 21; New York, Pierre Matisse Gallery, Georges Rouault, 1937, no. 26; Boston, Institute of Modern Art; Washington, D.C., Phillips Memorial Gallery & San Francisco, San Francisco Museum of Art, Georges Rouault: Retrospective Loan Exhibition, 1940-41, no. 45; New York, Marie Harriman Gallery, Georges Rouault, 1941, no. 20; Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago, The 21st International Exhibition of Watercolors, 1942, no. 21; Chicago, The Renaissance Society, Paintings and Prints by George Rouault, 1945, no. 3; New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Georges Rouault, 1945, no. 13, illustrated in the catalogue; New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Paintings from Private Collections, 1946; New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Paintings from Private Collections, 1955; New York, Gallery G, 1955; Paris, Musee de l’Orangerie, De Clouet a Matisse, 1955-56, no. 224, illustrated in the catalogue; New York, Wildenstein & Co., The Dr. and Mrs. Harry Bakwin Collection, 1967, no. 33, illustrated in the catalogue; Lugano, Museo d’Arte Moderna della Citta di Lugano, Georges Rouault, 1997, no. 15; New York, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Georges Rouault: Judges, Clowns and Whores, 2007, no. 4, illustrated in the catalogue

Sotheby’s New York

Date:
2019-05-14
Lot Number :
28
Low Estimate :
$200,000[-10%]*
High Estimate :
$300,000[-40%]*
Hammer Price :
$180,000
Sold For :
$225,000*